Everett Rowing Looking for Middle and High School Aged Athletes – No Rowing Experience Required

January 27, 2014

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Got a note from Padraic McGovern at Everett Rowing asking that we pass the word about the upcoming season for teens…

Everett rowing crews

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Everett Rowing is kicking off our spring seasons for Middle School and High School aged athletes. We offer the premier rowing experience in Snohomish County. We offer programs for all experience levels and ages.

An Introductory Meeting for high school athletes will be held at on January 30th at 6:30 PM at Legion Hall in Legion Park in Everett. Basics of our program will be covered, including scheduling, uniforms, costs, a brief background of the sport.

Everett Rowing has been represented at the USRowing Youth National Championships every year since 1997. Everett Rowing athletes have been invited to compete on multiple Junior National Teams. Over 100 Everett Rowing athletes have continued their rowing careers at Division I colleges and universities, including the University of Washington and Washington State University.

No experience is required to learn the sport of rowing. All the equipment and coaching is provided. Beginning athletes compete against one another at our the NW District Championships on May 15-18th in Vancouver, WA. We also race at 3 other local regattas.

Everett Rowing is celebrating our 30 Year Anniversary in 2014.

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